It isn’t about just slowing down the clock but actually turning it back and rejuvenating people Aubrey de Grey It isn't like cancer: mouse studies suggest that getting rid of just 30% of senescent cells
Whether you’re making small upgrades or going for a full overhaul, a bathroom renovation can make a big difference in the feel of your home (and its future resale value). So it’s no wonder that along the
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The ZS Peak commercial solar system. Image source: SolarCity. As the market for residential solar in the U.S. starts to slow, installers are looking for ways to expand their markets into commercial solar,
Solar power is still a fairly tiny portion of US electricity, but it is growing incredibly fast. This is exciting to people for all sorts of reasons — economic development, jobs, local/democratic/decentralized
No one knows much about modafinil, the study drug on the rise in universities and workplaces, but we do know it works and that it gives you a terrible headache. Wouldn't your career be going better if
Better battery storage can advance all sorts of technology from phones to electric cars — but increasing battery life is no easy feat. Luckily, researchers hailing from the University of California Irvine
Wrightspeed is outfitting Wellington, New Zealand, with a cutting-edge electric bus system. Wellington, New Zealand, had a serious issues with its beloved trolley system. Decades old, the vehicles rely
Switching over to solar energy isn't an easy and cheap decision to make. It's a major decision which can affect the quality of life that you and your family will live for the rest of your time on earth.
Next up in our new series, Renovations That Really Pay Off:basements! Sure, walking down rickety stairs and gazing into a dark, dank cellar might put you off the idea of dropping wads of cash to hang there.